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By J A COLL COLLCOPYRIGHT Jl3 va vaw i iec
on many mln years it has been re repeated r rp repeated ¬
peated p < 1tcd over and over overagnlu overagnlutltnt again againI againthat
I that George G < orge Washington was wasfirst wasnr wasw
w first nr t in war first fir t in ponce ponceami peacemttt < 1ce 1cenIad
ami urst in the hearts of his country countryman coul1trm ¬
man m But that Is not alL He was wasFbrow WfiSfbrf1 wasFhrewd
Fbrow < l enough ntu b to understand even dur during durIn durIng ¬
ing In his 1ai lifiUme that the land in Dunbarwall Dunbar Dunbarami DunbarSlm
wall Slm rcrrv townships Fayettc county couatrPa countyPa
Pa would be valuable anti was among amougtlie mnougtile amongthe
tile lust to set et some om of it Ill v became becamenls becausenho
nls 4 the first mill owner in this cud of ofthe ortlt ofthe
the tlt state t As a surveyor and a man of ofpractical ofJrA of1wAetlebusiness
practical JrA 1wAetlebusiness S1lJ business policies it would wcu be beexpected b bxp beei4pecte4l
expected xp t that Washingtons Yasbln tofs judgment judgmentvvfHiM judgvsentwctiid
vvfHiM IM 1 > reliable In the th scltTtfon of oflaa orhnt4 ofland
land l end ttt M1 I history and ant time < have lu both bothproved huth1M8fd bothproved
proved that it was The tract Ite took tooktip tookup tookup
up Is among l I the richest In this coun country country cowltryI ¬
try tryI and the coal be discovered and ex exmutatl exnmb1d exaattMi
mutatl d is turning out Its wealth In Inprop Inp Inrroprticsrs
rroprticsrs prop p rtk ts s that are a testimony to his hisforestptot hisfor hisforeSkgIlt
forestptot forestptotThe for t tTlte
The tract tra t which Washington 1 took up upIs upIs upis
Is now DO embraced em rKro In the coalfield otlU tld of the theWasbtngtoti theTaS1lIatOll theWilth
Wasbtngtoti Wilth toe real and C cke kc company companynnd cfNftlmltYand companyand
and a joining territory at Star June
t1lnte Ho ottfC f HUtiKt ailm hn < n lodged in 1770ties 1770 1770tkm 100t
ties t alnHit t ir 1 > mills northwest of Con ConiMM ConJ
iMM J 11 Mr t Uio Although till > imputation of ofIVrty orl
IVrty l tit1t fewusbip U l iu 1X 0 was s only 1426cot 142G 142Grot 14 G Gtltt
rot auM Muiwwg g tbt carij t stiy purchases Imrdu lS of land landhi
It tUftt vt Coarse t Washington Wu Mluton who as asfar asrar asfar
far tact ta ifc as s April 3 17 R t took up a atract atrarttIIU atrut
tract trarttIIU kiHrHtt JtS tJn 1 Meadows cou coutntnlMK contwe
tntnlMK 1 twe 3C l acres ac es which he surveyed surveyedOct
Oct 2 t the Mawe y rr ar April 3 17GU 17GUw 1769tea
w tea aH w tlM t tiro tvt t tltty d y ftr r the lined oittce for forthe fortlK forthe
the 1woIst prviMtclibrtes t4arfcs fur tin sale le of lands landswest llndsWeIB landswest
west t tike MMHMttJiro antt x JUtd d It will thus thusbe thusSft thusbe
be MM tat tirat the Fatltt atr r of ills Country Countrywas
11a was i w4 4 HBV btIhtd lHh d his UItlmpurarlcs UItlmpurarlcsI wi terap raries rariesIn
In I fo itltriattw ki aalittor after a his interests bUlr Intt rts ts and get getting getUa gettaig ¬
ting Ua a P HM toti d thlHg thlHgV tlh tlhw Uhiwg1VaMt
1VaMt V Ui w 4 M writing 11ur from Mount MountVerm MountVtvnwuta Iountt
Verm t S Matt if t 21 17 1 17e7 i 7 pivos hlS a hint of of6nt ofMss
Mss 6nt GrMtt fmcitt to purchase Imrrl pure 1 1 lauds III ds In In0H Into inICtry
ICtry itrww < 0H hip tO ColtMH Wiltfftm Wiltfftmwto 11iliiauCratefnM Uhun UhunCnrt
Cnrt CratefnM wbe wto at this tla taut tit WAS living livingIn
In w a Itt vM dI ON tilt 1 bank of t the Yougii Yougiiof Yo 1 oughbght b btJltt
bght at tJltt I ttt c wi t stt ate of Nfv Nt t > w Hu IIatett HuCrawfords
tett 1 r IttitMl Its etl ttxy tttUtad Crawfords Crawfordsvlllr I II
vlllr I t It tikis tl s hitter Wasttiugtou a i1l I1 saysFn says saysl
l Fn > t i a al addea Mea Mat 9t yem our truthprs Lrvtl Prs I wrote wrotet e et4II
t t4II loo o eMI a if ttw 1 dare I aao o m a burr lUvtag since sincetad slaveLad llCe llCeLad
Lad mt cam f time tar wtfrctiMi I now write wrieJUIC More Moreilc morettet
JUIC ilc tbfMtrty ttet tell ad dtI w more < e pr w < witB OB 0 the wit sofeJ witJC subtt
J JC t o A alt ir tart it Inter m r I tbna th i 4rMfy4l Ute fin br brf r rif
if f Iwr > < t MeJciMoo rtctots NOW IMJ might f b be < e bed IMMi bedf
f t t tae tsad wok WctI iate tdaea JI ai 11 ut cite tb laua lauato reuaIt
It sax ttete i e to Matt Mattor tt a oat a tract of boat aboutly cbootin
11 ly 10 Lart or < < MMre MMrebtartKM4 tWM boeteehere we in inb inM inlf your Joarf yourbhabttd
btartKM4 b trerrir alt lf fcf this that It = t any teare mYIIIicwuI
f e M IIIicwuI t 0 yorrv flFOVF eww B ettLettreat W ta iCvB WC t at fl cttCII cttCIIa AIda AIdaa
a tv hodJ jr d t cuoJ 1t uod la tad i eM o lie i te f4 aaL I It will W I b P G Gf rosy rosyf a adti
f co ds 4e1 t 4 cvrri w tMit t = rot ent rdtrarl r or evert II IIJn aid aiddtnR
dti dtnR lands la muold rtMyr tx < r Mwvr ay f tarpon or orfar 0 0n urtatwtetnJta
n tatwtetnJta Util > a far tram a MfictfaB nca and xl mder mderlrrJ 1IDd 1IDdI tadrri < <
I t a tad d eapconr r there alads ace intern iIKUJuhrrJ internI
lrrJ I ii vtU dlH a a tncc te flcMt Me a e arm be bet a aI
t fc Of wtlch ate w > pet fr mi CM W a better t dt < < ju fud5e fud5et < fc fcti e eUn
t ti Un t nrtaeaad n yommK it imMJblt to Israel > ti L C9ulJ c a1J curb curbi
a i < ve < < < 4 tad b he bra rat yo world 4oiae do s u cin cinLular in inu1 n nZulr
Lular u1 U lrat o 11 to Ulrt Wliag R Mott MM some wethod of cecar cecarjuc ieaKJnc eeryFit
Fit M toaif lMaatfl1 iatclf iattl ae nothatg BO MB 11 is men 0t eemia caratatlan eemiatVn taia taiatn
tVn tt tttI i tW tl IaN e ftl1I8Ot to Mot renal loop J o DJftDt DJftDtI craMed craMedi
w < a i gate o M I M k UcMWI tao o + m that the tb ilgtes aft f U to b bt be betA beh
tA t TW n Mr even 1 woald oa4 chaste toa to pactpoar pactpoartill
a ac < 1d < till H ttie tpria iMj l IMM K > JCN xm era give I IIart MM MMlaiurtuty a aS
laiurtuty S Iart tltf socooM a < < O f ttte Mtter 1II > t < < wad or < rf what I I4n 1u Ia
4n a neat np t Rain to pope 1 eifwet ea4 + eet to pay p y j wi a atu aof ato
tu Loot tW lam of next t AprIL AprIL1tkw
1 1tkw belt to iKKhtn to show what Cap Capt
t ti Crawford t rM ftit rd 1 did to get t possession poose siou of ofIn oftIM ofthe
tIM tarts In IVrry llIT township but many mauyOverWork uauyOverWork manyOvcrvork
OverWork Weakens WeakensYour WeakensYour veakensYour
Your KidneysUnhealthy Kidneys KidneysUnhealthy KidneysUnhealthy
Unhealthy Sidneys Make Impure Blood BloodAll BloodAn BloodAll
All the blood in your our body bod passes through throughyour throughoour throughyour
your oour kidneys once every three minutes minutesThe minutesThe minutesThe
The kidneys are your yourWood yourb100d
1 Wood purifiers they IIII fil filter filter ¬
I ter out the waste or orimpurities orimpurities orimpurities
impurities in the blood bloodIf
If they are aresick sick or out outof outof outj
j of order they fail to do dotheir dotheir dot
t their work workPains workPains workPains
Pains aches and rheu rheumatism rheumatISm rheumatism ¬
matism come from ex excess excess excess ¬
cess of uric acid in the theWood theblood theblood
blood due ducto to neglected neglectedkidney neglectedkadney neglectedkidney
kidney trouble troubleKidney troubleKkiAey troubleKtdney
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady unstead unsteadheart
heart beats and makes one feel as though thoughthey thoughthey thoughthey
they had heart bc rt trouble because the heart is isoverworking iscrworking isever
overworking ever workmg in pumping thick kidney kidneypottanod kidneypouoacd kidneypasonod
pottanod blood through veins and arteries arteriesIt
It toed ta be considered that only on1 urinary urinarytroubles urinarytroub6es urinarytroubles
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys kidneysb
b bat at now modern science proves that nearly nearlyall
all constxutional diseases have their begin beginrnng beginII
II rnng 1g g in kidney trouble troubleM tcou tcouIf
M you are sick you ou can make no mistake mistakeI
1 frrt f doctormf doct > fi1C your our kidneys The mild mildari mildrd milda
ari a rd 1 the extraordinary Ckt crctra a > rdnalo effect of Dr Kilmers KilmersSwampRoot KilmersSw KhmersSwampIoot
SwampRoot Sw mpI oot the great kidney remedy reoned is issoon isn issown
soon n reaHed realL ed It stands the highest for f r its itswonderful itsderfl itswcnderfa
wonderful derfl cures cf the most distressing cases casesand casesmd casesand
and is Iu s Id on cuts its merits meritsby meritsb meritsby
by b all 11 druggists s in fifty fiftycent flftycent t tcent
cent and onedollar onedollares sin sizes sines ¬ =
es You may have asample a asample asample
sample bottle by mail Horn ot t S Sfree SwampRoot SwampRootfree swanIPRootfree
free also pamphlet telling you how to find findout findcMt findoet
out tf itYov you have kidney or bladder trouble troubleIfciMgfcAU trouble1r1Ii troublea
IfciMgfcAU 1r1Ii Neel tIiIs pa K irhcn trbatwriting ten yrttinf writ J C Dr Ktinftt KtinfttTfY Kt Ktfrtt Kilntelt a
t frtt TfY tt Y YL
letters must have bl passed Dctwecri iwcc the thetwo thetwo he hetwo
two relating to the th tracts Records Recordsshow Record9sbow Recordsshow
show that on tbe day ny of the opening of oftbe orI
I the land office lCOO acres aer s Jf O < land inPerry in inPerry InPerr
Perry Perr township were recorded whichDually which whlcbtlmIl whichdually
Dually tlmIl came Into the possession of ofGeneral ofGeuJll ofGeneral
General Washington although ootl1e ootl1e1al1ows the tbeMeadows theMeadows
Meadows is the only one recorded recor ll1 in inWashingtons inWn inSVasbingtons
Washingtons Wn hlngtons name Before the issu issuance IssueaUtl issuants ¬
ants of If patents the lands were Ne all pass passed passe ¬
i ed l ti to Wa Vnsaingtou 3 > ihi 1Inton tou himself hiruselfi himselfapintn
i I Captain Ct ttnm Crawford who 110 selected l < otc l tIll tin1j thtlaud
j laud In Terry rry township also acted as asj astVashtugtuns 18i
j i Washington 3shin tous s agent in taUing up lands landsj landsfor
j I for him in Washington county and andalong andI andalong
t along the th Ohio river valley nH in Virginia Virginiai lr lnil lnilIn
i In 17TO 1 f Washington Hhiu tou made a journey jourueji journeythrough
i i through tlcf ugb this section to see what Cap Captain Caplain ¬
I o lain Crawford bad purchased for him himlie llimlIte himLie
lie kept a J journal of the trip and let letters lettIS letters ¬
ters taken from his biography give Ive fre frequent treQUlllt frequent ¬
quent reference to the lauds lnn s near Con Connellsvilio ConnellstII Connellsville
nellsvilio and New ew Haven IIa en The jour journew jourl1ew journew
new was begun l un Oct 5 and on the 12tl 12tlhe 1 12thhr tb tbtw
he writes writesWe
We left KiMmans early in the th morning break breakfasted br breakfasted 3 3fasted ¬
fasted at The he Little Meadows ten miles off and atxilodged aooJ andhedged
lodged J tItd at the th i treat > reat Crossing of the Yuuskloghervv Yuuskloghervvat
1 at Somerfttld SoIJtfl ld 25 Smiles miles farther which we consid considrri consitldtcf cotuidrrc4
rri dtcf < t a sod days di s work workThe workThe CIrk CIrkThe
The next u xt day the journal says saysSet SlysSet saysSet
Set out st t sunrise Breakfasted at the CreaMeadows Crest Gr CrestMeadows t tYeadows
Meadows Fayette county 13 miles and reached reachedCaptain reachedCaptall reachedCaptak
Captain Crawfords about 5 oclock Crawford Crawfordis
is very fine ne land lying l inh on tbe YowsMos Toohtoheny eay y a aa at atplace ata <
a place commonly called Stewarts Crossing CrossingOn Cr05ilngOn CrossingOn
On the 14th the journal has this en entry entry entry ¬
try tryAt
At Captain Crawfords all day Went to see 2coal 2 2ce21 acoal
coal bank lit oa the river not far from his houseThe house bouseTbe houseT1te
The coal seemed of the very best kind burniag burniagfreely burni burnittilJ burniagfreely
freely sad abtnidaace alttHld2 of it itSo itSo itSo
So speaks George Washington of ofwhat otwhat ofwhat
what was the outcrop of tbe nine foot footvein footI footvein
vein eln of Counellsville nne IS1lle coal The coal coalbank coalI coalbank
I bank Washington refers to here ht e is prob probably probably probably ¬
ably the old entrance lutr Cl to the Penny Pennyroyal P Pennyroyal < lmy lmyroml
royal mine in the th borough of Connells Connellsville Connellsm ConnelIsvilk
ville m ThH opening opnn was directzy drftt dim t across acrossthe acroFsthe lcro s sthe
the river from Crawfords cabin and andIn andIn andIn
In sight of his home The coal is al always always atways ¬
ways known to have ave had aa outcrop outcropthere outcropthcr outcropthere
there < and In the early larl days of Connelkvlile Con Connellsville ConneUsyille
nellsville the mine supplied much of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the coal for fo home consumption cou ulllptIon Some Sometramps Sonwtramps Sometramps
tramps lit u lire in the mine 30 years yearsago yelsand yeasngo
ago and It has been U4 U burning uU1niu ever since sincehaving sincebtlllI sincehaving
having btlllI eaten out much of the bed un under undel tinder ¬
der the Second ward of Conucllsville ConucllsvilleItself ConuC llsviIle llsviIleItself
Itself ItselfIn Its < IC ICIn
In his diary Washington speaks of ofhow ofhow ofhow
how he went with Colonel Crawford Crawfordon Crl ford fordon
on Oct 15 1 1770 to see some lands 1Zmiles 15 15miles 1 1miles
miles distant from Crawford Cm wfor s borne borneIn uoaieIn
In the following follow ug manner mannerWent manntrWst mannerlteat
Went t to xiew some so land which Capafn cp n Craw Crawford Cragford ra ratd ¬
ford incatfd for or me near u u the iougbio You Youb hioi luy > di ditant die dietaut > n ntartt
taut bout IZ I miles mll TLi T1 tract which uu tJI < xtUts xtUtsabout t dns dnsabout 5 5tout
about 16M acres 2tt inclui ee one m a as tae land as I 1eer Ifr Iewer
ewer fr UK and a great < 1 al of rich meadow It is iseU i irU Itttn
< ttn eU ttr vaircd a fCd aad Las L h It valuable jua mill seat t except cxoiittLt ucltt excepttit
tit t t o sreart r rfl8 ai Is rat r slight 1t anJ an it I i IHot M Min iilJOt
in Hot cob C0LtUtMI O > Mni mare Onto IItl 5rEn svt HI i cr c oisrfct rncttin rncttinthe IIKI 111 < 1 in inthe int
the t 3 lear car The semis Jaa whi wiikh k1t b 1 paved over o r toU toUv t L J1J J1JftMftIb y ywre
v wre > re cener ftMftIb ay WUy lam aad the icrowth t chi d G fjy wLe wLeoak wL wLcak w e eoak
oak but i l t City I road notwitaKaadua nutiurll and 0 Pia La Latr a ac i icttraorwrarr =
traorIiary c tr < < Jirar1 aad coritrary Crtr ta the proper of a aother I1 I1otlwr l lotMr
other atc d 1 PV tenet T 5j 10 v before the hi hjI h h > ar trrichca r i irichest tridlst
i iof I Iof
richest bad the soil xpoa apt the sides 1 and 1 1of
of them Uinc as tla tad < as U eoal coa sad the grt grtoat r Tnut A Awttaut
wttaut nut aid clierry clierryW clew clewLVnshillgtoa tITy tITyshfugOIl
W shfugOIl shi gto WitS a maa of deeds d and andvbeit an1WRtt1 andwhets
whets be wade tl tile e entry eoncern roIlclrnt1the concerning concerningthe ut utthe
the mil seat at he was not long In pro proc procQediug no noliu
c cQediug liu lias to erect oa O otc Soon after his hisvisit IllsIslt hisvisit
visit he scat Gilbert Simpson to begin beginwork lxginork beginwork
work ork upon the plant The mill was waserected W3 W3crncttt1 waserected
erected oa the seat t stc ltk okiit kt u of on Wash Washington Washfugtou rashIngtou ¬
ington run not far from the present presentvlltesre Itr presentvillage ent ent1I1a
village 1I1a of f lYrryopoiis which w lcb Wash Washington WasbIn Washingtou ¬
ington In toD himself laid I out Between t tetn the theyears theyears theyears
years of 1770 17 O and 1774 17 4 Valvutinc Craw Crawford Cmwford Crawford ¬
ford succeeded his is brother in managing managingWashingtons mautginashingtons managingWashingtons
Washingtons estate In this section of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the country near Counellsville Simp Simpson ¬
son retaining control of the Iii mill and andother nn nnotMr andother
other buildings near u u Perryopolls The TheIndians TheIndians rileIDdians
Indians gave the tb workmen seat out outmuch outmueh outtouch
much trouble aud the overseers had haddifficulty ha hatIUncult haddifficulty
difficulty In keeping hands because of oftheir oftbrir oftheir
their fright at the redskins Writing a aletter nletter aletter
letter regarding re ardittg the erecting of the mill tttillCrawford millCrawford mIUCnnC
Crawford CnnC says SIt S that lie l will be obliged obligedto
to erect n fort near the mill until theIndiatt the theIndian tbchIndian
Indian eruption is oTer and men mentions mt mtUems mentions ¬
tions the fact let that Simpson seemed hseemet1erF seemedvery seemedvery
very erF much scared scaredBecause scaredBeCAuse scaredBecause
Because of the Indian troubles trou les it was wastwo wastwo 1S 1Stwo
two years eftrs from the time the mill was wasstarted wasstarttd wasstarted
started till completed In the menu menutime ml meantime n ntime
time Crawfords letters show that he hethought Illthought hethought
thought Washington 1shln tou had made a bad badjob ba bajob badjob
job of It In attempting to build the theinilL themitt themi1L
mitt Washington asl1iu ton was apprised of the themills tilewills themills
mills completion while he was in camp campbefore Cllllpbeforc campbefore
before New ew York after the battle of
Long Island and history Is usually si silent slh silent ¬
lent h nt to the tb fact that during the wbole wbolecampaign wbolecampnign wholecampaign
campaign he paid some attention to tobis tohis tohis
his lands in Fayette l county while dl directing dlrectlug dlrectiug ¬
recting also 1so the tb operations of the Rev Revolutiouists Re Reolutiouists Revolutionists
olutiouists in all parts of the land landWashington llndu511into1 landWashington
Washington u511into1 himself tired of his mill milland milland milland
and tried to sell it in 17S3 l S5 when be bewrote lIewrote hewrote
wrote to Thomas Freeman who bad badsucceeded hn hnsucceede badsucceeded
succeeded Valentine Crawford as his hisagent hisngent hisagent
agent 001 If t I could get 1500 for the themill th thmill themill
mill and an 100 acres of land most con convenient conenitn convenfcnt ¬
venient thereto 1 would let it go for forthat forthAtmomy forthat
that thAtmomy money But it was as not till 17SD 17SDthat 17SUtlmt 1759that
that Washington 1sl1lngtoll was able to make any anyarrangement anyarrangement anyarrangement
arrangement when the property was wasleased waslensed wasleased
leased to Colonel Israel Sbreve who whohad whohad whohad
had been one of Washingtons faithful faithfulsuVordnates faIthfuls
su suVordnates s r UIAJe in the Revolution The TbeV TheYo
V Yo 1 L1 L Yatiey y auey nl Paducah Ky I writes writesI
4II I had ba a severe severe case of kidney disease diseaseand diseaseud diseaseand
and ud three of the best physicians phs cians in iusouthern insouthern insouthern
southern Kentucky treated me without with without witbout
out succes I was induced to try tryFoleyjj tryFoleY tryFoleys
FoleY Kidney Cure The first bottle bottlegave bottJegave bottlegave
gave immediate relief and three hot bottles hotties Jot JottIes ¬
tIes cured me permaueutly I gladly gladlyrecommend gladlrecomlUnd gladlyrecomnliud
recommend this tfontierfur W btil1 n rtulremooye rtulremooyeAti rful remedy remedym
Ati A l nP yDr Dui Duiy j8t iiv m mc m
y c A O <
deeds conveying the property were nev never never ncvN ¬
er executed XecutN by Washington as be died diedat dIel1Ht
at Mount Vernon in 1710 l < J before the tbetransaction thetransaction thetransaction
transaction was completed Colonel ColonelSbreve ColonelShrevc ColonelShreve
Sbreve dying the same year also The Themill Thti Themill
i mill property passed pnssl later to Powell PowellHougO PowellIIougIi PowellHough
Hough and through a succession suc esslon to toSamuel totSnmuel toSamuel
tSnmuel Samuel Smith The old mill Is known knownto
I to few because it Is isolated and 1n sel seldom selI seldom ¬
dom mentioned In song or story It is ispicturesque ispicturesque Ispicturesque
I picturesque the Illustration being true trueI
Erected on a site selected by Washington ir
17601 17601to 169 169to 1789to
to life at present For over 10T 10 > > yearstbe yearsthe years relfSth
the th mill bas been In operation except a afew a aflw afew
few years prior to 1790 wben it was wasout wasout wasout
out of use us for repairs The sketch of oltbe oftbe ofthe
tbe cabin sbows Crawfords Cra wfords home In InNew InlW inNew
New lW haven Hl Yen where Washington was wasalways wasnlwa wasalways
always nlwa s welcomed as a guest while whilemaking whileU1aki whilemaking
making U1aki ug visits to this part of the coun country countr country ¬
try tr This cabin is no longer In exist existence exIste existence ¬
ence e ce having been torn down by relic relica relictitorl relichtyltorc
htyltorc titorl a ffjw r W years ago agoSores noQ agoSores
r5o Q 4 flJ hi 0 0I Jii jij f
I fiiftai 4
Ur r11 Fcs ii o d > > ti f J JSores
Sores and Ulver never ll U becurie b > curt chronic chronicmiiess chron1unless chronicuaiess
unless the blood is in ia poor condition contLtionisluIsh is isslu i islulsh =
slu slulsh ish v vjik P t tk and m unable lbc to throw oil oilthe Gtrthe fl flthe
the poisons that accumulate accu nilate in it The Thesystem Thsstem Thesystem
system must be relieved of the unhealthy unhealthymatter unbealthymatter unhealthymatter
matter through the tore > and great danger dangeito angeI angeIto
to life would follow should it heal before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the blood has been made pure and healthy healthyaad
and all impurities eliminated from the thess thesstem sys system system ¬
tem SSS begins the cure by first cleans cleansing cleans11g cleansing ¬
ing 11g and invigorating the blood building buildingup
up u the general health and removing from fromaU froIJthe fromsystem
the nSrbid1 sst system m A OOHSTAflT CCISTJ R Reffetematter U 7T D DRAin DRAIhefTete >
aU a al 11 morbId murbsdeffetematter
efTete effetematter atter W3 UPOtI THE SYSTEM SYSTEMWhen SYSTEMhn SYSTEMWhen
When hn this has been accGiupished the dis discharge dischartie discharge ¬
charge gradually ceases and the sore ot otulcer otulcer ofulcer
ulcer heals It is the tendency tend ncy of these old oldindolent oldindo oldindolent
indolent indo ent sores to grow worse and worse worseand worseand worseand
and eventually to desLoy the bones Local Localapplications Localapplications Localapplications
applications while soothing soot ug and to some somsextent somextent someextent
extent alleviate pain caunot reach the scat seatof scatof scatof
of the trouble S 555 S S does and no matt matteihow mattIhow matthow
how apparently hopeless your our condition conditioneven
even though your constitution has broken brokendown brokendon brokendown
down it will bring relief when nothing nothingelse
else can It supplies the rich pure blood bloodnecessary bloodnecessary bloodnecessary
necessary to heal the sore and nourish nourishthe
the debilitated di eased body bodyMr bodlIr
Mr J n Talbert Loci Bo Box 245 2 s45winona Wiaona Miss Misssays Misssays Misssays
says Six years cars ago a o my m leg le from t rom the knte knt > e to tothe toth tothe
the th foot was one solid sore Several physicians physicianstreated phsiciausHeat physicianstreated
treated Heat me and I made two trips tc Hot Springs Springsbut
but fouud no relief I was induced to try S S S Sand StI Send
and tI d it made a complete cure I have been a per ¬
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when scratched bruised or cut your our blood bloodis
is in n bad condition and any nn ordinary sore soreis soreis soreis
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own business bu iness Very important point pointLf loutLeuru
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smile They lhe carry arr too many nHlu frowns frownsin
in their t own hearts to be bothered botheredwith botheredwith botheredwith
with any of yours
LaGrippe Quickly Cured CuredIn CuredIn
44 In the winter of 1S9S aud 1S99 I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was taken down with a severe attack attackof attackofwhat
of ofwhat what Is called LaGrippe says F LHewett LHewett L LHewett
Hewett a prominent druggist of Win Winfield Winfield Vinfield
field Ill The only medicine I used usedxvas usedwas usedryas
was two bottles ot Chamberlains ChamberlaiusCough ChamberlainsCough ChamberlainsCough
Cough Remedy Remed It broke up the cold coldand coldand coldand
and stopped the coughing like magic magicand magicaud magicand
and and I have never neversiuce since been bef > u troubled troubledwith troubledwith troubledwith
with Grippe Chamberlains Cough CoughRemedy CoughHeml CoughRemedy
Remedy Heml can always ba depended upon uponto
to break hre lk up a severe cold and ward off offany offany ofany
any threatenened attack of pneumon pneumonia ¬
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Phosphate Notes NotesIi i iIt r rIt
It I is stated that tbe Louisville LouisvilleNashville LouisvilleS LouisvilleNehyille
Nashville S hlme Railroad ia now moving
2000 carloads of phosphate rock from fromMt fromfit
Mt 1 t Pleasant Teun to Pensacola PensacolaFla
Fla all over its own lines direct for forshipment forshipment or
shipment to Cuba CubaThe CubaThe i iThe
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The shipments of phosphate rock rockby rockby rockby
by months from Port Tampa for theyear the theyear theyear
year 1900 as reported by the collector collectorof
of customs of that port were as follows fol follows follows ¬
lows January 15412 tons Febru1 Febru1ary Feoru Feoruarr February
ary 17856 tons March 17564 tons tonsApril tonsApril tonsApril
April 16779 tons May 16247 tons tonsJune tonsJune tonsJune
June 30734 tons j July J ub 25922 tons tonAuuust tonsAUlwst28825 tonsAusust
Auuust AUlwst28825 28825 tons i September 16
670 tons i October 9453 tons i Novem November NOV November lIl lIluer ¬
ber 27392 tons December 27136tolls 27136 27136toMS 27136towa
toMS or r a total of 241990 t tray < MH against
200005 tons for 1893 Aiaong A noni long the theconipiiiies thelImpHlics theCtnlp
conipiiiies Ctnlp tnies whipping from Port Tarn r m pa padurhiglOOO podur paluring
durhiglOOO dur luring 1lg 1900 the Palmetto PhopliiVe PhowplmteCo Pilo nh1te J JCo t t tCo
Co leared 113705 tons Lund Lan Pehhl PehhlPhosphate p hl hlPhosphute 1 1Phosphate
Phosphate Co 34961 ton J Bitt BattKenb Bittgenbach ll ltt lttgfnb1h
Kenb genbach n h 32884 tons toes j Florida Pha Phaphat Ptt s sphate I IIb3t
phat Co 1493 tons Orenhad renh ad Phos Phosphate tphate I Ipbate
phate Co 12172 tons Florida Euginet Eugi EugineTiuj EngiI1lfriu
neTiuj net riLg Co 11717 tons Joseph Hull
10310 tons and other smaller smallerHiuoutita smallernrstouuta r I IruOUIl
Hiuoutita HiuoutitaThe nrstouutaThe ruOUIl I IThe
The orange orange crop of r Florida Flori a for the thepw thepast
pw past i season probably reached one mil million million nilon
I lion on and tl u l a half crates tes The past win winttr j jterw i iter
terw ttr wa vss so open and delightful rleli htful that thatfn
i 1 fn a < r lunge nge area will he largely exieudrtl ex exiendrd
I iendrd i l1cnl and in a little while Florida Floridawis Floridawiil Floridaiciii
wis regain rtg in all it lost by the freeze and andit au auIor andttn
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The Jug Ju JugIn aixl Rlf ci Keg g Trade Made a Special Feature FeatureIn Feel FeatuIn 1re
In sending your orders always always send enough to cover the cost of jugs Halfgallon jugs jugsloe jugsloeigallon roc laclgallonjug roc1gallon
igallon lgallonjug jug jug15cgallon IscjJRallonjng jug 25 5 gallon 3 jug350 jug 3SC kegsl kegslI kegs Sl Slr
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida because I give good boa hOle howeat
eat e > t goods oods and full measure measureA
A trial order wilt convince yon that we are ar the people Terras cash with the order orderF orderyoursanxiousto orderYoursanxioustoplea
yoursanxiousto leae e J F EDWARDS EDWARDSO
E O g We carryall carry all grades of Wagons V a ons Buggies BuggiesSingle g b 3 3A
A Single and Double Harness Etc in In stock at all alltimes toot toottimes
r times We have a larger and more varied stock stockthan stockpt stockthan
than before and uptodate line can cannot canE
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Efl A better than anybody elses best Our leading leadingbuggies i > t tZ
Z buggies are the Columbus and Barnesville our ourbest ourtc4 ourbest
tc4 best wagons are the White Hickory and Owens Owensbpro b tjboro dboro
bpro boro These names are sufficient We carry ve vehicles vein ¬
00 hicles with solid rubber and pneumatic tires in invery h
rq 1 very pretty shapes Lap Robes Horse Blankets BlanketsH r ra
= S H Whips Wh s Piece Harness Etc Our prices are the thelowest j jt1
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